The University of Michigan Union North Campus Commons
April 22 to May 4,1991
Project S.E.R.V.E. would like to thank all the people who volunteered in the
Ann Arbor community this year. The time and energy are much appreciated,
both by the organizations and the individuals you worked with, and by those
around you who feel the effects of the knowledge, perspective, and insight
you have gained from your experiences.
If you are staying in Ann Arbor after Winter Term and would like to enrich
your summer by volunteering, there are many organizations that could use
your help. To review the opportunities available, come to the S.E.R.V.E.
office, Room 2211 Michigan Union, or call 936-2437.
For those of you leaving Ann Arbor for the summer, be sure to stop by the
S.E.R.V.E. office this fall, and start the year off on a positive note by
Thanks again f or a great year of community service.
Contributing to Project Community's
"But of a good leader, who talks little, When his (her) work is done, the aim
fulfilled, They will say, 'We did this ourselves'". - Lao Tsu, 600 B.C.
Wow! We have reached the end of another successful term of Project
Community service and seminars. Without the wonderful leadership and com-
mitment of the student coordinators (and all those enrolled) it couldn't
happen. The following people deserve our thanks for helping their students
know, "We did this ourselves."
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The first day of contracting
with M.A.W. for Fall Term
advertising will be September
2, 1991. Stop in and pick up
a new brochure and let us
help you plan your promo-
tional campaigns. Be ready
and advertise early!
Applications are available
now for the Union Banner
Lottery for events scheduled
in the Union during Fall Term,
Services offered by M.A.W.
are available to all student
MSA and to all university
Stop by Michigan Advertising
Works in the Michigan Union,
Room 2202 or call 764-0436.
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Class of 1991!
MONDAY To FRIDAY
Lunch is served from 11am to
MONDAY To FRIDAY.
Happy Hour is held from
4pm to 8pm.
Reggae with DJ Creole Kid.
Jazz music from 6pm to 8pm.
Free pizza (regular and
vegetarian) served from 5pm
New Music with DJ Jeffrey.
Kuumba: House and R&B
Music with DJ Mickey B.
The University Club is a private
club for U-M students, faculty,
staff, alumni, and their invited
guests. Only members of legal
drinking age may purchase
alcohol. ID required.
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Congratulations to the Trained Volun-
teer Corps as we come to the close of
our first year. We have appreciated
the chance to work with those in need
in our community - Homeless, EI-
erly, Adult Learners, and Youths at
Risk. It has been a learning adven-
A warm and hearty thank you to the
TVC course Coordinators:
Thank you to our T.A. Carol Kinney'
for her knowledge and wisdom.
Thank you to all our students who
expressed interest in the TVC
organization and a well-deserved
thanks to all the students of the
TVC course for your patience, skill,
The Trained Volunteer Corps will be
back and even better in Fall '91. For
more information on what TVC
offers, come to Room 2205 of the
The Committee for Gradu-i
ation has planned Senior
Swing Out 1991, a series of
university-wide events to
honor the Class of 1991. The
following events are for
graduating seniors as well as
their friends and families to
enjoy during graduation
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24
Senior Happy Hour
The University Club,
Admission - free.
4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
THURSDAY, APRIL 25
3 p.m. to5p.m.
FRIDAY, MAY 3
for the Class of 1991,
family, friends, and
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
FRIDAY, MAY 3
Jazz on the Terrace
for the Class of 1991
The University Club
Hors d'oeurves &
Admission - free.
9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Reception for the
Class of 1991 and
'4 William Monroe
Trotter House, 1443
1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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Buffet for the Class.
of 1991 and family.
The University Club,
9 a.m. to 4p.m.Y
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Thank You Student
If you are interested in discovering more about your leadership style,
designing an ethical code for student leaders, or discussing ethnic and
gender differences in leadership styles, then the Advanced Seminar in
Leadership is for you. The class, offered for three academic hours through
the Sociology Department, enables juniors and seniors with leadership
experience to discuss and debate issues which have an impact on their
future. Stop by the Student Organization Development Center (SODC), Room
2202 Michigan Union, or call 763-5900 to obtain more information. The class
size is limited to 25 students, so come early!
The Michigan Union staff would like
to thank all our student employees.
We appreciate all your efforts during
the past year. If you're graduating -
congratulations!lf.not, we'll see you
in the fall. Have a relaxing and
If you are ready to develop the skills and knowledge you need to function
effectively as a leader, both on campus and throughout your career, this class
is for you. First and second year students who are interested in beginning or
continuing their leadership training are invited to register for the Leadership
Development Class. Earn three academic credits through the Sociology De-
partment while learning personal management skills, like organizational goal-
setting. The class size is limited to 25 students, so come by the Student Or-
ganization Development Center (SODC), Room 2202 Michigan Union, or call
763-5900 to obtain more information.
Seven Students Appointed
Congratulations to the
following students who have
been appointed to serve one-
year terms on the Michigan
Union Board of Representa-
Susan Brain, Junior
John DeSue, Junior
Jason Frankena, Junior
Lillian Kyser, Sophomore
Priti Marwah, Sophomore
Chris Neff, Junior
Elizabeth Song, Junior
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in the Art Lounge
Stop by the Art Lounge (First
Floor of the Michigan Union)
to see a selection of work by
U-M graduate student
Rodney Roberts. The exhibit
features a selection of works
from his series of twenty-five
studies entitled 'Walking the
Huron River from Hudson
Mills to Belleville."
The exhibit will be displayed
through May 10 in the Art
for Keeping the Study
A special thank you to all the
Michigan Union Study
Lounge volunteers who con-
tributed their time to keep the
Study Lounge open this past
term. The students and the
Michigan Union staff appreci-
ate your dedication and com-
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